Andrew Seward presents tips on how to talk about an API and how to create an ubiquitous language for that. By Andrew Seward
I have fallen into the trap Andrew describes where I try to impress the end-user of the technology behind how my wonderful API works. Most end-users just don’t care, they just want it to work. His suggestion? Come up with a simple vocabulary that everyone understands.
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